Rules

What is a Logline?

A logline is one or two sentences explaining what the story is and why it is unique.   The purpose of a logline is to act as an advertising “teaser” or like a news headline or a sales slogan.  It hooks the reader into wanting to read your full story.

For examples and more on Loglines click HERE.

Basic Rules:

  • All submissions are FREE!
  • All submission are posted online for judging.
  • Any logline from a nonproduced screenplay may be submitted.
  • You may submit multiple loglines.
  • Loglines may be submitted even if the screenplay is not completed. Please Note: your work should be protected by the WGA or a Copyright, if not, you are entering at your own risk.
  • Must be 18 years or older.
  • You must be the author of the logline.
  • ScreenplayFest is not responsible for your idea.
  • ScreenplayFest has the right to refuse to upload your logline into the contest.

VOTING RULES: 

  • You must vote on and review a minimum of 10 loglines for your votes to count.
  • You must vote on and review a minimum of 10 for your votes to count for your logline to stay on our website. (15 votes per logline submission)
  • You may not vote more than once on your own logline.
  • You may not vote all 5’s on one logline and all 1’s on another — this is Voter Bias.

Revised Logline Submission

You may submit a revised logline, however, you may only do so after you have finished your 15 reviews.  For every revised logline submission, you must vote on another 10 loglines.

SUBMIT A LOGLINE!

VIDEO PITCHES!
We will be accepting VIDEO PITCHES at any time!  Writers may submit a link to their uploaded video pitch (from youtube or vimeo, etc) — A video of you pitching your project to excite members about your movie idea!  Include your name, screenplay title and genre, maybe even a one liner about yourself, and most importantly… your pitch!  Click HERE to submit your Video Pitch via email!

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